I was just in a coffee shop in Manhattan and my coworker introduced me to a new product I’d just discovered: Daisy Flower.

This small little design tool can add flower borders to any design and it does it in about a minute or so.

I thought this was amazing, so I tried it out for myself.

The first time I used it, I was blown away.

I found the tool very intuitive and made a lot of beautiful borders with it.

I ended up using it for a lot more things than I thought I would and it really helped me keep my designs from looking cluttered and ugly.

I love it for that reason.

If you’re new to using flowers, it’s best to get the most out of Daisy by using the tools first.

I also used the flower tool a lot during my design process for this post, but this post is going to focus more on the actual design workflow and how to use the flower tools on a daily basis.

I’m going to show you how to make your flowers look great by using Daisy, a little by little.

The process I’m using here is pretty similar to how I did the flowers in my design workflow for this tutorial.

I just wanted to share with you how simple it is to use Daisy to add flowers to your design.

For this tutorial, I’m making flowers with just three colors: green, yellow, and blue.

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Flowers will look good for about 30 seconds, and you can always add a background image and fade them in after.

This is how I ended my first flower design: